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I encountered some inconsistencies in the function post_new_comment() in
commentslib. Sometimes the 8. parameter is something like "in_reply_to",
sometimes it is ommitted. I don't know if it's depreciated or still used.
Can someone familiar with commentslib have a look at it?
See lines 314, 433 and 1364 of commentslib.
From: Robin Lee Powell <rlpowell@di...> - 2003-11-25 18:12:42
On Tue, Nov 25, 2003 at 11:21:22AM +0100, Flo Gleixner wrote:
> I encountered some inconsistencies in the function
> post_new_comment() in commentslib. Sometimes the 8. parameter is
> something like "in_reply_to", sometimes it is ommitted. I don't
> know if it's depreciated or still used.
in_reply_to is very much *not* deprecated. It is essential for
threading in forums.
> Can someone familiar with commentslib have a look at it?
> See lines 314,
Ah, that would be me not understanding the queue system. I couldn't
easily figure out how to get the queue to store the in_reply_to
> and 1364 of commentslib.
(the definition itself).
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